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BY FORD AUTO f One West Gary g-irt Is confined at the. Mercy hospital suffering trom server Injuries and two others at homo nursing cuts and bruises as a result of being- pun down by a Ford au.to containing- two young men on Ninth avenue, near Englewxod st., in West Gary, last nluht. The- injured are: Katherine Sams. 828 Concrete st., taken to Mercy hospital suffering from a severe cut over eye. Injuries about the head and body bruised. Anna Bird, 825 Rica street, injur ed leg. Taken "to heir home. Ula. BenUey. 828 Hammond at., body bruises. Taken home. . Tae accident happened shortly af ter ten o'clock. According to the story told by the g-lrls the Ford did not have any lUghts. The girls were walking on Ninth avenue -when the Ford dTove dnto their mldt with out warning. The driver of the car did not stop to see what damage had been done and drove away In the darkness. The Injured cirla were found by the crew of a Gary -Hammond car. It was only a miracle that one or more of them were not killed they say. Every effort Is being made by Chief Forbls of Gary to learn the identity of the Ford who will be ar retted and punished If he is captured Common Sense About Eczema and Eruptions! Here's Something About S. S.S. That You'll Be Glad to Hear. Tou might Just as well know It rtgb.1 now, the cause of skin eruptions pimples, blackheads, boils and so on is right in the blood. There is no get ting away from it. Science has proved It. We prove It. You can prove it. When the cause of skin troubles and eruptions is in the blood, it isn't com- 6 szzr. Lai 8. S. S. Give Yon An Aagelle Skin! won sense to simply treat the skin. A bottle of S. S. S. will prove to you what is happening In your blood. S.S.S. Is a scientific blocd cleanser. it drives out th impurities which cause eczema, tetter, rash, pimples, boils, blackheads, blotches and other skin eruptions. When these impurities are driven out. you can't stop several very nice things from happening. Your lips turn nat urally rosy. Your eyes sparkle. you.r complexion clears. It becomes beau tiful. Your face looks like that of a prosperous, ruddy, well-fed, refined gentleman, or if you are a woman, your complexion becomes the real kind that th whole world so admires. S.S.S. Is also a powerful body-builder, be cause It builds new and more blood eella. That's why It fills out sunken rfieekfl, bony necks, thin limbs, helps regain lost flesh. It costs little to have this happen to you. S. S. S. is (old at all drug stores. In two sizes. Tfce larser aUa Is th more economical AT PARTHENON THEATRE TOMORR OW TWICE. ttipfe hi hJ Candyland one of the many smart sta.ge settings In the tuneful musical extravaganza "Ldsten to Me,' at the Parthenon theatre tomorrow matinee and evening. In this scene the characters are dressed to keep with- 4n th atmosphere of the surround ings and have all ney and pleasing costumes. TWO E. CHICAGO DIVORCE SUITS Twice wedded but under different names. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weln stock of East Chicago, (have separat ed and Mrs. Weinstock today filed a suit for divorce in the Hammond Su perior court. They were first married at Valpar aiso, November 24, 1913. At that time Mrs. Weinstock says her hus band gave his name as Clark. Lat er, for some reason unexplained, he decided to resume his real name, Weinstock. So they were married again. That was November 26th, 1318. Mrs. Weinstock alleges that her husband had beat her with a clothes stick and stove poker. She asks for the custody of their chinand $9 a week for its support. H, E. Granger 1s her attorney. Frank Ferger, 4854 Alexander ave. East Chicago, today filed suit for a divorce from his wife Elizabeth, in the Superior court at Hamond. Thy were married May 12, 1908 and sep arated last Monday. Pcrger. charges that his wife has been running around with various men fund would often remain away from home for several days at a time. He worked nights and often sha would entertain flier friends at home. Riley, Hembroff, Dyer and Reed are his attorneys. GARY NEWS FINED $15.00 AND 30 DAYS Ed. Black, colored, yesterday re ceived a sentence of 30 days in Jail and a fine of 815.00 when he was found gTiilty In the city court. Ruf-u-s Lyona was the complaining wit ness who stated that Ed. chased him for nearly a block with an open knife. According to wltneses, the fight started when Black asked Lyons for. a dollar, which it was aMeged, Ly ons owed Black. Lyons said he didn't have the dollar ithen, -but he would pay Black' on pay day. Ac cording to witnesses, Black said in that case he would take more than a dollar's worth of Lyon's hide. Then the chase began. Lyons ran Into a pool-room with. Black at his heels. Then Lyons ran into a drug store and called the police. Detective Sergeant Mather and plain clatihesmen Wytow and Wind muller responded to the call and ar rested Black at 1324 Adams street. He was charged with assault with intent to kill. HOME FROM MILITARY SCHOOL IB For Oiroce fflrsraiiiffls . Call Groceteria Stores 78 W. STATE STREET 152 E. STATE STREET Phone Hammond 3714 Phone. Hammond 25 719 CHICAGO AVENUE 434 119TH STREET Phone E. Chicago 1240-M Phone Whiting 184-M 1717 BROADWAY 1004 LINCOLN WAY Gary Phone LaPorte 753 REMEMBER WE DELIVER FREE! PERMITS ISSUED TOTAL $32,800.00 Seven permits aggregating $32, 800.00 were issued from the office of the City Building Commissioner yesterday: According to a permit granted to Peter Gidulka, a $14,000 brick and tile store and fiat .building will be erected by .him at 25S3 Madison st. The building will have, four fiats on the second floor and two store rooms on the first. The building will be modern in every respect. A permit was issued to James Ma jor for the erection of a one story brick boingalow to cost $3,000. The bungalow will be located at 39S2 Delaware street. Marko Mrzlack will build a one story brick and tile residence at 4449 Massachusetts street, accord ing to a permit obtained yesterday The structure will cost $6,500. A permit was granted to Mike Poetrzyk for the erection of a two story 'brick fiat building to cost $4,- 500. The building will be located at 1S21 Massachusetts street and it wilH contain two apartments. , A frame bungalow will be erected by Peter Tahkana at 1950 West 15th avenue. The structure will cost $2,600. Thomas Lykens will tyulld a sun parlor on to his residence which is located at 635 Harrison street. The new addition according to the per mit will cost $300. A rermit was Issued to Clarence Raipa:lay for the erection of a one story frame garage at 4320 Monroe .trp("t. The srarage will cost $100. BOON VILLE. Mo.. May 28. Among the three hundred and fifty cadets returning home tomorrow from the JvPmper Military School is Harper H. English, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. English, 64S Connecticut street. Gary. Cadet English has made a very creditable record at Kemper. He is a sergeant in the cadet, corps of Kemper Military School, which is designated as one of the ten honor schools of the country by the United Mates war Department. we is a member of the cadet lee club and orchestra. Which recently made a tour of the state of Missouri. He will return to Kemper Military School next year to complete, his course. mot 29BE33E3B Economy Grocery & Market Co. Manufacturers of Fancy Home-Made Sausages 81 State Street, Hammond, Ind. Telephone Hammond 49 SPECIAL TWO DAY SALE, MAY 7th and 29th 59c GRAPE JUICE Quart bottle, special at Snider's Pork and 1 n Beans, per can only Snider's Catsup, large bottle for. 26 c PURE FRUIT PRESERVES 16 oz. jar for 28c Stuffed Olives, per 1 7 bottle, 25c and... . A ' Peacock Red Salmon OQn 2 cans for 55c; can r FRESH GREEN BEANS Per pound 10c Fancy Home Grown C Radishes, per bunch . . Home Grown Green 1 A Onions, 3 bunches. . ROSEBUD HAMS 8 to 10 pound average, per ?r pound -r Breakfast Bacon, per pound 15c Pot Roast, per pound 12ic BONELESS BRISKET CORNED BEEF Per pound Veal Breast, per pound "TV. 5c Veal Chops, per pound 14c 15c KYANIZE FLOOR VAENISH Is probably the fastest selling varnish on the market. There are a number of reasons for this. It is so tough and durable on floors, not showing heel marks or scratches from heavy f-jrnture that every one prefers it to any'other varnish after they have once used it. It does not show brush marks or laps; is abso lutely not affected either by hot or cold ..water. . It has a beautiful enough gloss to be used on the fin est furniture, even a piano or vic trola. It comes In" clear and light colors, including oaks, mahogany, walnut, etc. The coloring is dif ferent from other varnishes, strong er, clearer and as it never settles In the can It eliminates getting streaks and different colors. The sample mentioned below is enough to do a chair or stand. There is a money-back guarantee that Ky anlze Floor Varnish will give you the longest wearing, prettiest finish you have ever used. One can Kyanize 30c Free if you buy a brush for 15c Clinton & Sons Co., E. Chicago. Ind. Lower-Dorian Co.. Gary, Ind. Smith & Sankey, 635 S. Ilohman St., Hammond, Jnd. Alwin Wild. Hohart. Ind. Seehase Hardware, Indiana Harbor. Lynch Bros., Lowell, Ind, Spurrier Smith & Co., Whiting, Ind. Adv. ARRESTED ON SERIOUS CHARGE Charged with annoying small girls in the neighborhood of 18th and "Marylan dslreet d'uring the past w-eekj, Sam McKendrick (colored) was arrested by the police yesterday after chasing a young girl witOi a knife an dattempting to attack her. Charges against McKendrtch will be filed direct in the Criminal court at Crown Point wher ea dozen iris rangin gin age from 10 to 14 years old will appear as witnesses. avenue yesterday when a horse .be came frightened, run away and land ed them in a ditch filled with water. They wer eable to schamble out of the water filled ditch with some difficulty. A BOMB SCARE Gary's south side foreign district had another bomb scare last night and on top of that a Mrs. Joe Ro mano, 1287 W. 17th avenue had a nar row escape from being blown into eternity. Mrs. Romano had been visiting at a neighbor's house and was on her way home when she saw a small flame burning on the ground near the sidewalk, Nearlng the hurnlng obstacle, she stooped to pick It up and at that Instant there was a terrible explos ion. People ran oiut Unto the street and there was ageneral commotion. Win dows of the houses were cracked and broken and a hurried call was sent Into the police station. When Mrs. Romano came to her senses she learned that she had al most picked up a deadly burning bomb. Outside of being frightened, slightly shocked n dsuffered a cut below the knee, Mrs. Romano was little worse off for her close call from death. This is the third bomb case on the south side in the past thre months. In the sizienth century it was customary 10 put on one side of the blades of tame Knives ahe musical notes of the benediction or grace oefore meat, and on the other side the grace after ths meat. Help That Aching Back! RAID WABASH INN AGAIN The Wabash Inn, at 901 Jefferson street which has been Tatded several times i nthe past was raided last night again. Thia time the police arrested Mr. and Mrs. Morris Miller, a3 the kepers of a house of prosti tution. Rose Smith, prostitute, Jen nie Miller, prostitfeite and Ernest Deller who la held on an open charge. It Is stated that he tried to knife one of th officers. CHILDREN ES- CAPE J0ROWNING Two children, whose names1 were nc-t learned had a narow escape from drowning south and west on Ninth fjamtM Is'your back giving out? Are you tired, miserable, all run down; tor tured v7ith nagging backache, lame ness and sudden stabbing pains? If so, look to your kidneys. Overwork, hurry and worry tend to weaken the kidneys. Backache and an all worn out feeling is often the first warn ing. Get back your health while you can. Use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy Hammond folks recom mend. Ask your neighbor! HERE'S A. HAMMOND CASE Chester Ij. Varner, 162 Indiana ave., says: "When I tried to lirt my strength left and knife-like pains took me across my kidneys. Morn ings the muscles in my back were drawn. My kidneys were weak and I had to pass the secretions often at night. Doan's Kidney Pills bought at the Norris Pharmacy cured me." Adv. doan's "gar I 60 at all Drutf Stores rbtor-MUl-n Co. MlgJCWBufUo. NY SPECIAL for SATURDAY BURKET The Dentist Wishes to. Announce to the Public That he will leave about the first of June for his summer vacation. All patients with unfinished work should call at once as I will be gone until Sept. I. My office will be left in care of Drs. Dibblee & FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS OF CITY PACKAGE UNEEDA BISCUIT, lc, with I pound Assorted National Biscuit Co. Cootties GRANDMA'S WASHING POWDER Large pack age for . . . : . MONARCH BAKED BEANS 3 can!' for .'. PEANUT BUTTER 1 pound jar ' " ' for PURITAN MALT AND HOPS Per set PURE FRUIT PRESERVES 16 oz. jar, regular' selling price 35c, at HAPPY VALE PINK SALMON 2 pound can for , . ., CALUMET BAKING POWDER I pound can for FARM HOUSE CORN No. 2 can for MONARCH CORN FLAKES 3 packages for ANVIL TOMATOES 2 No. 3 cans for ;........, GUNPOWDER TEA 1 pound for LENOX LAUNDRY SOAP Per be ar Parke, who will continue to . give the people of Hammond and sur rounding county Good, Honest, Reliable Dentistry at reasonable prices. I will continue to give a large reduction in prices until June 1st. I positively guarantee to ex-! tract teeth without pain. Gas Given. BURKET THE DENJIST Open Evening Until 8:30 Telephone 3189 Over Woolworth's 5c & 10c Store. MILK Large cans, 5 can limit at ROUND STEAK Per pound CHOICE POT ROAST Per pound OUR HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE Per pound OUR HOME MADE FRANKFURTS Per ( pound 25c 15c 25c 23 c 68 c 28 c 13c 33c 13c 25c 37c 54 c 4c 42 c 22 c 14c 18c 18c Garfield Cash Grocery & Market Leimbach & Schroeder, Proprietors Conkey and Garfield PHONE 2668 WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF FRESH MEATS AND VEG ETABLESWE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY STORM IS CAUSE OF TRAGEDY (Continued from page one.) Sam Fridus ran upstairs and out of the front door to the Atlantic & Pacific store, next door. AS MBTTRSTEB BY CTTKBEXT He returned a fe wseconds later with Charles W. Hanson, manager of the A. & P. store. Sam Fridus was holding- the crumpled form of his nephew and Rose and Hanson en deavored to lift Szwlnski out of the water. Hanson received a severe shock which turned his left arm from the wrist to the elbow. Rose ran out for more help, re turning with Edward Burns, the un dertaker, whose establishment is next door to the Fridus store. Burns and his assistant with the help of Sam Fridus and Rose got ttie bodies of the dead men out of the pit. Every man who aided in the work risked his life. There was no tell ing how contact with the current could he avoided. The water itself TO THE GOOD PEOPLE Of Lake county, the readers of this paper, a very large number of yon who !it is my pleasure to be ac quainted with and to those who I am not acquainted with, I beg to announce that I hav Just perfected and patented an Invention known as a container or depository, where by you will be enabled to carry with you while Jn th water bathing, your watch. Jewelry, cigarettes, la dies' toilet articles, currency, etc. This is one of the inventions of the day and will be mailed to your ad dress for only ONE DOLLAR Every member of the family and every individual who patronize the bathing beach should by all means, posse'Ssrone of these safety and con venient devices. Send your order accompanied by the money direct to ELMER E. RAGON Patentee 800 HARRISON STREET. GARY, IXDIAXA. Miller's Bootery Willi? Your Shoe at Your Price If you've got an idea that the price you want to pay won't buy the kind of ox fords you want to wear try this store. With unusually large assortments and a wide price range, we believe we can fix up most every man. FOR INSTANCE Take the fine looking ox ford illustrated. It comes In brown calfskin. Priced at $5 it is one of the characteris tic values that have made this shop popular with well dressed men. Others at 595 Hohman Street Hammond, Indiana. was charged with electricity, but it 13 believed now that the heavy vol tage causing instant death was re ceived by contact "between the water and the cable. It was only miracu lous that Sam Fridus, Rose and Han son did not taKS hold of the cable when they jumped into the pit be cause it was conveniently situated. It was a very natural thing to do. Edward Fridus died in an attempt to rescue Szwinski. The miracle is that Sam Fridus and Julius Rose did not also lose their lives. Edward Fidrus was the son of Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Fridus. of 1700 West Garfield boulevard and was employed as an auto salesman for the Van Slcklen Ford agency at "Whiting". He had stopped in the store la.t nig visit his uncle, Sam Fridus. Leo Szwinski was a young ma: man with a ch,ild. Both Ed Fridus and Szwinski were clear young men and well thought 01 their employers and associates. pv-"' Don't be a slave with f;v washing-. The Steam Suction CJ es Washer is guaranteed to n wash day easier and clothes ole; or your money back. Posit .ivel rubbing necessary. Price only $ For further Information aid res Hallheck. 770 East 41st St.. Chic Illinois. DOWN AND $5.00 A MONTH Mill buy any one of a half dozen good used pianos for your SUMMER HOME or practice purposes Chlcrintf $ 45.00 Wellington .$210,00 Master 165.00 Bennett 355.00 Halle t & Davis. 195.UO lvlugrsbury 405.0Q Those whobuy used 1 pianoshere are protected by our strong guarantee cabl; 151 Stat St. garrmoad. led. SgSSL J. P-m.'g?a ft. V 1 A Tan Straw Hat For $4.00 Most everybody is going to wear a Tan Straw Hat this Summer. You will like the new tan shades. They look mighty fine. You can get an excellent quality for $4.C0 in either tha straight or saucer brim. . z. We have Straw Hats for everybody 1 -here. A very large selection; plain and fancy braids, domestic and im ported qualities. to Miller's Bootery J. p. Blum & Soil State Street, Hammond We Invite Kpplications for Real Estate Loans from prospective buyers of improved real estate, present owners of in come property, and those intending to build small or large apartments, homes or business blocks. aoiers rust and First National mwm I! s If 632-636 Broadway Gary, Indiana F. R. SCHAAF, President Hammond. lad. "